Soha Ali Khan said that her sister-in-law Kareena Kapoor hasn’t changed at all after marriage.
“She is how she was for the past five years. She's lovely and I have immense respect for her as she has two main focuses in her life - one is work and the other is my brother. And she's balancing both of them pretty well,” said Soha Ali Khan in an interview with Mid-Day.
The actress also said that even though her brother Saif Ali Khan provides insight into various aspects of her life, he never gets involved in her career.
“As an elder brother, he provides me privileged insights into my work, life, relationship and much more. However, talking about my career, he doesn't have much of a say. In fact, he hasn't even watched any of my films. He has seen just half of Soundtrack (smiles),” she said.
Her movie ‘Chemistry’ with actor Shreyas Talpade has been stuck for a while now. The actress said that she feels bad that her movie hasn’t yet seen light of the day.
“Yes it is and I feel bad about it. What else can I do? (Pause) But having worked in films that never released, what I like more is the idea of going to work everyday and enjoying myself with people on the sets. I love the process of making a film more than the final product,” she said.
Soha Ali Khan believes that in this generation actresses have more choice than actors when it comes to movie choices.
“I think actresses are far more hard-working and ready to take risks. Actors, on the other hand, are somewhat limited to the demands of their fans and stick to the persona the public wants to see them in,” she said.
Soha Ali Khan also believes that her acting has improved immensely since her debut in 2004 with ‘Dil Maange More’.
“I've definitely improved a lot. If you compare my act in my debut film - in which I was terrible - you'll notice change. I've learnt to relax, breathe and get a sense of where the camera is. People think ‘Rang De Basanti’ was my best performance but frankly, it isn't. It was a huge movie but I've done better work since,” she concluded.